Monthly Archives: April 2012

Breaking Bread: Isabelle’s offerings at Marché Malakoff, Paris

It’s been a while since I put up a post about food. There are reasons for this silence, serious reasons which have nothing to do with an aging stomach and more with our obsession with food–its excess but also its … Continue reading

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From the Archives: Meditations on the pomegranate

Originally Posted on December 5, 2010 There it was, in the middle of the grocery store (a regular one, mind you, and not Whole Foods), with a huge sign announcing its discounted price, in one of these cardboard boxes with … Continue reading

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April 24: Armenian National Day of Mourning

Նիկողոս Սարաֆեան։ Անձկութիւն Կարօտը չէր ետիս ձգած քաղաքիս Ու սէրը չէր ծովին, հովին. վախը չէր Անծանօթին, որ կը ճզմէր իմ հոգիս, Ափի մը դէմ երբ կանգ կ՛առնէր նաւը մեր։ Այլ երթալու մեծ սարսուռին պակասն էր Որ կ՛ընէր զիս յանկարծ թշուառ, … Continue reading

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Small Joys: Boston Garden on a Grey Day

Even on a grey day such as today, Boston Garden is cloacked in a myterious, dark, and illusive beauty. A few days ago the weather was warm, spring-like, a ruse.  By today, things had changed; it was cold again.  But … Continue reading

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